Olódó – Here’s The Meaning

Olódó is a very popular word in Yoruba language that you will most likely hear in a school.

Olódó means, “Dullard or an intellectually dull person”.

Olódó is an insult and a derogatory word used as a trade and also to hurt a person’s self esteem. It shouldn’t be used to attack people though.

Pronunciation: oh-loh-doh

Example: Olódó ràbàtà, ojú ẹja lo mọ̀ọ́ jẹ!

Meaning: Very fat dullard, only knows how to eat the eyes of a fish!

Moyinoluwa Olawoye

I am Moyinoluwa. A young Nigerian adult. Trying to make Yoruba more understandable and relatable. And of course, I am the founder of this beautiful website you are reading. 😍 Follow me on Facebook and Twitter! Don't forget to subscribe to the blog below too!

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I am Moyinoluwa. A young Nigerian adult. Trying to make Yoruba more understandable and relatable. And of course, I am the founder of this beautiful website you are reading. 😍 Follow me on Facebook and Twitter! Don't forget to subscribe to the blog below too!

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